‘Burmese Photographers’ show displays images from the colonial era through the 1970s
22 The News For 22 February 2018
Two Karen have won the Padoh Mahn Sha Young Leader Award for their contributions to their community by the Phan Foundation, established in memory of the slain Karen leader.
Officials, experts and groups have yet to resolve differences over terminology and classifications, says minister
A Yangon court sentenced U Parmaukkha to three months in jail on Wednesday for his comments about the Rohingya during a 2016 protest outside the US Embassy.
Scores of cryptocurrency miners from around the world are travelling to places like Hong Kong and Singapore to buy the latest — and cheapest — gear.
Authorities worried about security and welfare of suspects, who were wounded by police fire
Indonesia seized a record 1.6 tons of crystal methamphetamine from a ship that had arrived from Myanmar disguised as a fishing boat, narcotics officials said.
Local people blocked from travelling to Kyaingtong or Tachilek even for medical emergencies
Editorial & Opinion
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For a comprehensive solution to the crisis in Rakhine State, ARSA must face international pressure to end its violent ways.
Women's rights advocates are calling for legislation that better protects vulnerable women from rape — even the death penalty.
Myanmar’s democracy has entered a dark new period with the prosecution of journalists for doing their job.
Staff Writers & Photographers
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